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The following is a KSCO commentary. Here is Kay Zwerling:
Putting it mildly, I suspect the Supreme Court fell into a trap of agreeing to listen and make decisions about same sex marriage.
The irony is that probably the members of the Supreme Court may have come to the realization that it is not their place to make that decision.
Let me explain.
If you do not believe in the existence of God, just stop listening to me and move on to other of your issues.
When God created the world, He began with Adam and Eve – a man and a woman. They were exquisitely physically created to love each other and they learned how to make children. They were married, and as time went by more and more people were created, and were married and made more and more children which filled the world with people.
It is likely that while the world was being multiplied by men and women sometimes two men or two women learn to love each other and agree to be partners. That was and is acceptable, and such partners should be respected and should legally be entitled to the same benefits as those partners who are in a one male and one female arrangement called marriage.
Through centuries all went smoothly until recently the two men and the two women arrangements decided that they wanted their union to also be called a marriage.
Physically if God would accept that arrangement, then His plan for the world of humans – many humans would not exist. So, two men or two women can never be accepted in a marriage.
Until they can figure out a way to create children to fill the world with people, they can never be called married. For that logical reason, I cannot see how the members of our Supreme Court can ever rule unions of two men or two women to be called a marriage, because God would never condone that, and the Supreme Court can never overrule God.
So, the best thing the Supreme Court should do would be to create some elegant different name for same sex marriages and then turn to other really important issues to deal with.
For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.
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